I'm not considering centrality - I'm considering that if you all come to
Manchester I'll be able go to the AGM :P

2008/12/1 Thomas Dalton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

> 2008/12/1 Sarah McCulloch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > Just because everyone turned up from Euston in this case simply confirms
> > what I was saying - Londoners thought it was worth making the trip,
> people
> > from say, Bolton, would have decided Salford was difficult to get to and
> > stayed at home. When considering cities the ease with which the station
> can
> > be reached from everywhere should be the priority, be it Manchester
> > Piccadilly or London Liverpool Street.
>
> You're assuming there were people that were meant to come but didn't,
> we don't know that. Alison was just giving an example of a time when
> choosing a geographically central location turned out not to be a
> particularly good choice. The exact reasons why it went wrong that
> time aren't really important, the point was that you need to consider
> more than just centrality in the country.
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